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(178 vessels.]

Gross tonnage.

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69.37 Carrie C. Miles 03.07 Florence 69.32 Wenouah 59.59 William Matheson 58. 26 John M. Ball. 100. 68 Bucephalus.. 38. 13 Emma A. Higgins 78. 12 Carrie W. Clark. 74.59 Edith MoIntyre 101. 11 Hattie D, Linnell 101. 46 Emma F. Chase. 85. 68 Lettie S. Hawts. 49. 38 Geneva Mertis. 83.51 Florine F. Vickerson 50.61 Leander F. Gould 68. 31 Prince Leboa 78.29 Edwin A. Grozier 57.58 D. W. Hammonel. 102.04 A.S. & R. Hammond 105, 25 Willie Lincoln. 56.29 Lettie Linwood. 65.90 Geo. A. Leland. 61.83 Eunice l'. Newcomb. 52. 59 Edward H. Norton. 41.67 Lizzie D. Birker 65. 18 Vil Desperandum 99. 31 Mary E.Whori 64. 41 Addie F. (ole. 36.92 Alice P. Higgins 82. Os Vewel B. Hinwes 70.50

Benjamin Oliver 79.75 Lizzie Williams. 79.75 Lucie M. Jenkins 77.21 Pleiades 104.14 Chas E Atwood 105,50 Maria Webster.. 79.93 Tidla! Wave 69. 19 Willie & Jewell 108. 19

Crystal Wive. 123. 16 Stowel Shiman. 131.29 Joseph A. Vota. 131.92 Emma J. Gitt.

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Louisa A. Grout
H. W. Pierce
Carrie G. Crosby
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Nellie M. Snow
Eflie T. Kemp.
Chas. R. Washington
Cora Morrison
Edward Rich
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Wallron Holmes.
A. Lincoln
Gen. Scott
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John M. Fiske
Millie Washburn.
East Wind
Ellie B. Dyer.
Bell Bartlett
Freddie W. Allton
Lottie Bell
Lizzie Colby
Starr King
Mary E. Mason
Gertrude
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Ada K. Damon
Teres D. Baker
Isaac Keene
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Benj. F. Rich
Arthur Clifford
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G. W. Bentley
Charley F. Mayo.
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Ella May..
Gracie M. Parker
Willie A. Mckay.
Ethel Swift
Chas. H. Hodgdon
Sarah R. Smith..
Willie Erdix

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29. 49 56.53 82. 40 71.75 58.85 155.77 73. 91 58.81 92.34 61. 56 62.94 75.04 88.89 74. 10 57.20 59. 08 46.76 65.56 52.76 80.76 74.23 97.20 90.48 75.62 86.21 66. 10 150. 43

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Edith Linwood
Jessie T. Matheson
John Simmons.
Franklin Woodruff
Clara L. Sparks.
Lottie Byrnes
Benj. F. Crocker
Cora May
Richard S. Newcomb..
Maud B. Witherell.
Leon S. Swift.
Emma 0. Curtis.
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John A. Matheson
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Anna R. Kemp.
Frank Butler
William H. West
Lizzie W. Matheson.
John Somes.
Mary Eva.
Mary Snow
Grace F. Littleton.
Carrie D. Allen.
Mary Steele.
Maggie Mitchell
Fred and Elmer
Chas, McDonald
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Daniel Webster
Maria Webster
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List of vessels cleared for the British North American Provinces from the district of Barn

stable, since January 1, 1885, to October 1, 1886.

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Gross tonnage.

United States Schooner Ellen A. Swift.....
United States Schooner Lotta Bell
United States Schooner Louisa A. Grout.
United States Schooner Willie A. McKay.

Total

131.92

96. 10 155. 77 169.63

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List of vessels (under 20 tons) licensed in the district of Barnstable since January 1, 1885,

for the "fishing trade."

[48 vessels.)

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Alice Raymond
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Willie L. Swift
Ann Eliza
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Willie Irving
Hattie and Lottie
Clara S. Cameron.
C. A. Saniord..
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Charlotte Brown
Anna M. Nash..
Isaac Somes
Rebecca J. Evans.
Nellie T. Campbell
Kate Florence
Lula E. Wilbur
Geo. A. I'pton.
Lelia Linwood
Tookalita..
Flora Temple..
M. & L. Chase
Jas. A. Stetson.
A A H. Pervere
Gertrude Summers
Mary Chapin .
Eddie Davidson
Abbie Frankford
Nannie E. Waterman
Walter L. Rich ...
Lizzie Smith..
France B. Hiller
Frank G. Rich.
Nathan Cleaves
Flora A. Newcomb.
Georgie D. J'aine
Pearl Nelson.
Nellie Swift
Ellen A. Swift

69.37 Carrie C. Miles
63. 07 Florence
69.52 Wenonah.
59.59 William Matheson.
58.26 John M. Bull..
100.68 Bucephalus.
58. 13 Emma A. Higgins
78. 42 Carrie W. Clark..
74.59 Edith VoIntyre
101. 11 Hattie D. Linnell
101. 46 Emma F. Chase..
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83.51 Florine F. Nickerson
80. 61 Leander F. Gould
68.31 Prince Leboa
78.29 Edwin A. Grozier
57.58 D. W. Hammond.
102.04 A.S. & R. Hammond
105. 25 W’illie Lincoln.
56.29 | Lettie Linw0041.
65.90 Geo. A. Leland.
61.83 Eunice P. New comb.
52. 59 Edward H. Vorton.
41.67 Lizzie D. Barker
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98. 31 Mary Ewhori
64. 41 Addie F. Cole..
36.92 Alice P. Higgins
82.08 Newel B. Hawes
70.50 Benjamin Oliver
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101. 41 Chas. F. Atwood
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69. 49 Willie & Jewell
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123. 16 Stowel Shaman.
131.29 Joseph A. Vona.
131. 92 Emma J.Gitt.

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Louisa A. Grout
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Carrie G. Crosby
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Nellie M. Snow
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Ella May..
Gracie M. Parker
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Ethel Swift
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List of vessels cleared for the British North American Provinces from the district of Barn

stable, since January 1, 1885, to October 1, 1886.

(4 vessels.)

Name.

Gross tonnage.

United States Schooner Ellen A. Swift....
United States Schooner Lotta Bell
United States Schooner Louisa A. Grout..
United States Schooner Willie A. McKay.

Total.

131.92

96. 10 155. 77 169. 63

553. 42

APPROXIMATE STATEMENT OF VESSEL FISHERIES OF GLOUCESTER DISTRICT IN 1886.

(From information by Capt. S. J. Martin, of the United States Fish Commission.] Total number of vessels belonging to Gloucester district, 511; total engaged in the fisheries, 425.

One hundred and twenty-one vessels engaged in mackerel fishery; 98 exclusively and 23 in other fisheries as well; 86 of these engaged in southern spring fishery, 12 in New England shore fishery. Others will fish, 95 in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, showing only 26 mackerel vessels that did not enter North Bay.

Forty-two vessels fish for cod on Grand and Western Banks, of which 25 fish exclusively on these banks and 17 engage in other fisheries at other times.

One hundred and sixty-two vessels fish for cod on Georges Bank, of which 131 fish there exclusively and 31 engage in other fisheries at other times.

One hundred and ten vessels engaged in the shore fisheries, including winter had. dock, fresh haddock, herring, swordfish, etc., of which 46 are engaged exclusively in shore fishing proper and 20 in various other coast fisheries, including trap, swordfish, herring, fresh haddock, winter haddock, etc.; the remaining 44 are engaged in the various offshore fisheries during a portion of the year.

Forty-four vessels are engaged exclusively in the halibut fishery, and 14 others have fished to a limited extent for halibut during part of the year. Of those engaged regularly in the fishery, 35 fish on Grand Banks, Quereau, and La Have, 4 fish on the eastern part of Georges, 2 at Greenland, and 6 at Iceland; those at the two lastnamed places landing their fish salt.

STATEMENTS SUBMITTED BY W. A. Wilcox, Esq., MANAGER AMERICAN Fish BUREAU,

GLOUCESTER, Mass., IN CONNECTION WITH HIS TESTIMONY. Mackerel catch by the New England fleets during 1884, as reported to the American Fish

Bureau.

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359 358 342 298

5, 611
5, 434
5,283

19,657 28, 666

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470 26,633

456, 361 190,019 378, 588 391, 187

476,018 226, 655 378,863 391,657 327, 300

4, 258

75, 701

1, 797,573

1 Catch mostly packed at Gloucester.
2 Catch packed at Boston.

3 Catch mostly packed at Portland.
4 Catch included in that of Portland.

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